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There are over 26,000 households in Woodland Hills. Nearly 8,000 of these households include children. Given the number of children at play or otherwise on the move in Woodland Hills, property owners should consider setting up signs around their property to prevent trespassers from entering. Children are often found attempting to enter property that has attractive nuisances, such as a playground or pool. Tragically, there have been incidents of children drowning or seriously injuring themselves while playing with a property owner’s equipment.
If you or a loved one were injured due to the negligence of a property owner, West Coast Trial Lawyers has Woodland Hills premises liability attorneys with over 60 years of collective experience in handling personal injury cases. We have won thousands of cases and recovered more than $1 billion in settlements for our clients. Due to our achievements, we have been recognized as one of the top personal injury law firms in Woodland Hills.
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Premises liability cases often vary from one another and can occur in multiple locations, such as your own home, the workplace, or a retail store. Common cases include the following:
In California, it is required for all property owners to exercise reasonable care to ensure the safety of guests or visitors when they enter their premises. The three types of visitors include the following:
Overall, property owners are required to uphold their duty of care to ensure their territory is in a reasonably safe condition. The duty of care for a property owner is met when he or she takes the same action as other reasonable property owners take or would have taken under similar situations. To determine if a property owner has breached their duty of care, these factors must be taken into consideration:
Those who sustain injuries due to a property owner’s negligence may be entitled to a premises liability claim against whoever owns, leases, controls, or occupies the area where the injury occurred. If a hazardous condition causes serious harm to an individual, then the property owner will be held responsible for any damages. Under California Civil Code 1714(a): “Everyone is responsible, not only for the result of his or her willful acts but also for an injury occasioned to another by his or her want of ordinary care or skill in the management of his or her property or person.” When it comes to a premises liability lawsuit, the victim is expected to prove that they were harmed primarily because of the property owner’s negligence. They must show that the:
Generally, in a premises liability lawsuit, the defendant may be the:
If you have sustained injuries in the city of Woodland Hills as a result of a premises liability accident, West Coast Trial Lawyers will help you recover financial and emotional compensation for the losses you have suffered, including medical bills, emotional distress, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. Our primary goal is to make sure you get the justice you deserve.
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